A little about me…
I’m a radio arts enthusiast and sound designer. Creative projects includes a weekly experimental-travel series The Blind Tourist on WFMU and maintaining the public-access style Long Live the New Sound (contribute!) I have written about radio-arts on Earlid and my work has appeared in physical spaces, podcasts and broadcasts including Re:Sound, Constellations, Radiophrenia and others.
Professionally I work as an audio engineer, sound designer and producer. My clients have included meditation audio, documentary audio and creative non-fiction for WNYC, Mothers of Invention and Doc Society, Shine and others. I’ve also taught and led workshops for UnionDocs and online.
If you’d like information on anything I do or to discuss a potential new project, feel free to reach out using the form below. I work on a freelance or project basis as a mix engineer and sound designer. Recent credits include On the Media (WNYC), The Women (iHeartRadio), Freakonomics (formerly WNYC) and many others. I am most excited to work on projects that push the bounds of what audio can do.
You can find basic information about rates and expectations through the handy AIR Rate Guide for Engineering and Composition.